Will Smoking Hemp Wraps Get Me High
One of the most common questions we get here is the question of whether or not smoking hemp rolling papers or hemp wraps will get you “high”. Most of the time this question comes from young adults or new medical marijuana patients that don’t know any better. Of course, the answer to the question depends on what you put in the hemp wrap. If you use marijuana with the hemp paper or wrap it will probably get you high. If you’re just smoking herbs or tobacco, the answer is no; you will not get a euphoric marijuana “high” by just smoking hemp papers or hemp wraps.
Most medicinal marijuana smokers are aware that CBD and THC are the most commonly discussed cannabinoids in marijuana, but science has identified 64 (and counting) other cannabinoids in marijuana. The THC gives you the euphoric effect and the CBD does not. Therefore, many CBD products on the market today are legal in all 50 states and CBD is in everything from water to edibles. THC, on the other hand, is highly regulated and often illegal. There is no THC in a hemp wrap, so you will NOT feel any effects.
Hemp Wraps do NOT Contain THC:
Hemp wraps do not contain THC — the active cannabinoid that gives you the euphoric high you know and enjoy from smoking marijuana. The fun part of smoking a hemp wrap is to add the THC later! Will this get you high? That depends on how much and how often you smoke!
Do Hemp Wraps Contain CBD?
There is significant debate around this question. Obviously, hemp in its primal form contains traces of CBD and THC. Due to the confusion regarding ingestible CBD, many manufacturers have removed all CBD in the hemp wraps. CBD is believed by many scientists and researchers to be good for you. In fact, CBD is widely known to have many medicinal effects and very few negative side-effects. But, as for hemp wraps containing CBD, most do not. One brand does advertise the CBD in its hemp wraps — High Hemp. As for the validity of this claim, we cannot confirm.
Other Information About THC and CBD:
The following is a bit off-topic, but it is important for all marijuana advocates and smokers to be aware that there is a US patent regarding “Cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants”. As of 2017, both THC and CBD are 2 of the known 66 Cannabinoids.
The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants, for example in limiting neurological damage following ischemic insults, such as stroke and trauma, or in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and HIV dementia.